I love sketching architecture and I love sketching fast! In this book I share ways of understanding buildings that will enable you to sketch fast. Buildings can be complex but with a few strategies in place you can record the most important features on your page quickly.
Read more articles about my book here. The above photo shows the UK edition on the left and the US Edition on the right.
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I wrote two chapters in Creative Sketching Workshop by Pete Scully (2015) – more details here
My work can also be found in these books:
Matthew Brehm, Drawing Persepctive: How to see it and how to apply it, 2016
Stephanie Bower, Understanding Perspective, 2016
Cathy Johnson, Artist’s Sketchbook, 2016
Veronica Lawlor, The Urban Sketching Handbook: Reportage and Documentary Drawing, 2016
Simone Ridyard, Archisketcher, 2015
Sketching 365, Katherine Tyrrell, 2015
Dawn Devries Sokol, A world of Artist Journal Pages, 2015
Thomas Thorspecken, Urban Sketching: The Complete guide to Techniques, 2014
Danny Gregory, An Illustrated Journey, 2013
James Richards, Freehand Drawing and Discovery, 2013
Cathy Johnson, Artist Journal Workshop, 2012
Gabriel Campanario, The Art of Urban Sketching, 2012
These books I put together to document some of my early adventures with my sketchbook. I have plans to self publish a few recent travel sketchbooks in the near future.
This book summarises my sketching adventures during 2010 – the year I went on a 11 week trip, sketching all the time!
One years worth of visits to the greatest tearoom Sydney has ever had. Sadly, it closed down in 2013.